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Picture the Azusa Street Revival, Los Angeles, California, April 14, 1906. On that date, William J. Seymour, an African American bishop and son of former slaves, began what culminated into the greatest spiritual galvanization of speaking in tongues and unprecedented displays of miracles not witnessed since the days of Acts. Its "fruit of the Spirit"-every Pentecostal denominations that now exist owe its origins to the Azusa Street Revival. Jump ahead 88 years-to March 1994. The author is teleported to the exact spot of the 1906 Revival. She sees and experiences the Revival mentally in a vision. However, in her vision, what was meant as a great deliverance from bondage turned into a failure-the results of which spell doom for the African-Americans whom the Revival was supposed to empower. But, how does the author prove the vision is reality?
Enter the life of a 30-year old writing and literature major. All of her learned skills are called into play as she follows Pharaoh Akhenaton on a sixteen-year spiritual quest to chart dreams and visions that begins on Azusa Street and that are downloaded into her psyche like scenes from The Matrix. In her Azusa Street vision, the author sees the Black nation in chains of bondage. A war rages beneath them in which dark forces try to keep them in captivity; and a war rages above them in which God fights from Heaven to free the redeemed of His people from bondage. For sixteen years, the author has various visions of bondage and manumission which she is commissioned to share with the redeemed. Through prayer and intense research, God shows the author that her vision foretells of the Devil's demonic plans to continue slavery on the planet Mars. But again, how does the author prove the vision is reality? Scientists can prove their theories by repeated testing and observations; but how do "dreamers" prove the validity of their visions? By one source, and that is God. The dreamer can awaken to record what God has shown to him or her; but only "time" can determine if the dreams and visionary literature prove true; then that "truth" shall validate the author. Her book of witness tells all-from Noah's Old Testament curse against Canaan/Ham to Revelation's New Testament of the final wars between good and evil in order for God to manumit His people. Read all about this spiritual journey-it won't be long before the validation manifests.
God is the Peace in Your Heart that Calms the Voices Above Your Head
God gave the author a vision in which she sees the Black nation in chains of bondage. Spanning sixteen years, "Spiritual Bipolar: God Is The Peace In Your Heart That Calms The Voices Above Your Head" expounds on the vision and answers the question of why slavery exists. The author's Guide is Pharaoh Akhenaton. He tells her that He is her God; and He teaches her some life-changing lessons which, if proven true, will mean the end of all Abrahamic religions. The lessons are so mentally debilitating they cause the author to develop both bipolar and paranoid schizophrenia as she grapples with issues that God put forth, like: "Is the Bible a plagiarized version of ancient Egyptian books of truths?" and "Has Zeus/Jehovah succeeded in stealing the identity of the Egyptian God, Aten?"
Sections titled "Dreams and Visions" and "Word Studies" are interwoven throughout the book to show the reader how the author interacts with Pharaoh Akhenaton to learn about The Aten. During the process, she uncovers even more mysteries like: "Saul-Paul of Tarsus is 'the false-Prophet' written about in Revelation 2:2," and "The Crucifixion is 'The Abomination of Desolation' written about in the Books of Daniel and Matthew." Based on these dreams and visions, the author shows why she inevitably accepts The Aten as her God over Jehovah. Strong's Hebrew Concordance states "Jehovah" means "God of mischief," which makes him the Beast; and under Abraham/Jehovah's religions, the seed of Ham is doomed.
God places the root cause of slavery on the biblical allegory of Noah's curse against Canaan/Ham. Under that doctrine, the seed of Shem and Japheth are guaranteed the rights to continually enslave and or murder the seed of Ham. Aware of the fact that, after hearing from Pharaoh Akhenaton, anguish may crop up in the reader, the author tries to handle the sensitive issues of slavery, racism, and her need to convert in a non-accusative manner. Yet, Spiritual Bipolar is written from the perspective of one who learns from God that she is a Hamitic Egyptian and a modern-day slave in need of redemption. Destruction of Shem's and Japheth's monetary systems is her only means of activating God's promise for deliverance from Noah's Abrahamic bondage. Therefore, by the hand of God, the author learns to destroy all the currencies of the world; which in-turn begins the annihilation of Zeus/Jehovah's kingdom on Earth.
After coming to an understanding about the "curse of Ham," the author again receives messages that teach her Jehovah and his sons have perfected the sciences of cloning via parthenogenesis and outer space travel via the Rapture theory. These are the sciences the Bible refers to when documenting the treacherous acts of the Beast (Jehovah/Zeus) that imitates The Lamb of God to deceive the world. Chaos is taking place because Jehovah and the nations that enslave the Hamitic people have declared war on The Aten, hoping to keep Him from liberating His redeemed. God causes the author to understand she is living in the Day of Judgment; if she fails to believe God or neglects to convert to Atenism, her race of people will be powerless to fight against the Beast and they will find themselves enslaved on planet Mars.
In order to keep the author from alerting her race that captivity on Mars is imminent, using violent tactics, the Beast attempts to keep her in a state of paranoia. Whether asleep or awake, the Beast constantly attacks the author, and she must actively fight for her life in an alternate spirit-world. The Beast is subdued long enough for the author to complete her book of witness, Spiritual Bipolar: God Is The Peace In Your Heart That Calms The Voices Above Your Head. God will use the author's testimony to teleport the reader into a spiritual journey wherein he or she must decide: Is Pharaoh Akhenaton teaching the author a truthful doctrine? Or, is her bout with mental illness trapping her inside a distorted reality that only she can see and hear?
- Publication Date:
- 0615560660 / 9780615560663
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- Binding Type:
- US Trade Paper
- Trim Size:
- 6.14" x 9.21"
- Black and White with Bleed
- Related Categories:
- Biography & Autobiography / Religious